This gorgeous salon is already in operation and is turn key ready! It's a great opportunity for a stylist/esthetician/nail tech to be their own boss, and to keep their entire paycheck vs. being a booth renter! The colors, the style, the ambiance is all inviting and artistic, and the spa itself is calming and relaxing. The buildout and equipment alone are worth over $100k!
You could be an entrepreneur in time for the summer season of pedicures, waxing, and sun kissed hair!
Call today...... this is definitely an example of location, location, location!
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This is one gorgeous, and sizable facility in a premier Johnson County location! The buildout is stunning, and there is room for at least 20 technicians. If you're a current stylist, you could fill the remaining chairs and leave one for yourself.....there's some room still left to grow, and a stylist/owner would be a great situation! The salon design and furniture, fixtures, and equipment is well worth over $100,000, so a buyer will be getting a great deal with a walk in ready salon and spa!
The area is growing so quickly, that this isn't much of an issue. There are medium to high end houses all around. In addition, many technicians are booth rental so they are responsible for their own client base.
Growth & Expansion:
With the current business model being booth rental, growth would come from filling up the final few chairs.
Seller is not from the industry & feels it would be better served by an insider
Seller is willing to do what is necessary to help a buyer be successful!
Booth rental commissions
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Asking Price: $25,000 Gross Revenue: $300,000Cash Flow: Not DisclosedEBITDA: Not DisclosedInventory: $22,000 included in asking priceFF&E: $104,000 included in asking priceShare this business:
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